from Scott Cullen of TSN,
Here are the 23 players in the NHL this season that have scored at least 10 points more than their previous career high (minimum 30 points and rookies, for obvious reasons, not included):
Tyler Seguin, RW, Boston (Previous Career High: 22 PTS; 2011-2012: 61 PTS) - It’s not a surprise that the second overall pick in the 2010 draft has emerged as a scorer, but that he made such a big jump from his rookie season to his sophomore campaign is what might have caught some off-guard. Seguin’s production has slowed somewhat (43 points, plus-34 in 46 games before All-Star break; 17 points, minus-7 in 28 games after), but a 20-year-old who has 26 goals and is plus-28 is already making a significant impact.
Valtteri Filppula, C, Detroit (Previous Career High: 40 PTS; 2011-2012: 64 PTS) - It seems like it’s been a long time coming for the 27-year-old Finn who is now in his sixth season but after a long apprenticeship and some postseason success (33 points in 45 playo...